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Old   December 16, 2015, 14:15
Default Coupled wall for Interface/External Flow pass through internal flow
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I run across problem that is external flow get through/pass through tubes(internal flow)

Someone advise me not to be neccessary to specify coupled wall in interface.

But external flow get through internal flow(tubes)

Someone can help me what should I do?

I think that coupled wall separate both internal and external flow

and there is no flow in upper right in system.Are there any informations about it?

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